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Police Dept.

Our Mission

It is the mission of the Diamondville Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, reduce crime and disorder and enhance public safety. Our employees will deliver the highest quality of service and pledge to do so with honor and integrity, while maintaining the highest ethical standards. We are committed to working in partnership with our diverse community to improve their quality of life.

Our Vision

The vision of the Diamondville Police Department is to deliver the best level of service to the community, to be a leader in policing, and to continuously strive to be one of the finest law enforcement agencies in Lincoln County.  We will do this by living up to our core values of integrity in all we say and do, a strong commitment to public service, always demonstrating respect to our community members and each other, providing strong leadership in the face of chaos.

Core Values

The Diamondville Police Department’s core values form the foundation on which we perform our duties and conduct ourselves.  These values are used as a guide and source of inspiration for our department. They are an integral part of our daily operations and ensure that our personal and professional behavior reflect our highest traditions of excellence.


We are dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service to the community to safeguard lives and property, reduce crime and enhance public safety. We will work in partnership with the community to resolve community problems that effect quality of life and public safety. We value proactive problem solving and enforcement in order to reduce the incidences of crime and fear of crime. We will continuously work to fulfill our oaths as public servants by responding to the needs of those we serve. 


A fundamental mandate of our profession is to conduct ourselves with the highest level of integrity that merits the respect of the people we serve. We will always act with honesty and transparency in everything we say and do. Our actions will always be consistent with our core values, our code of ethics and the law. We will always maintain our commitment by having a reverence of the law in both our personal and professional lives, regardless of the situation. We are proud of the traditions of our chosen profession and recognize that our actions must continually justify the trust bestowed to us by those we serve.

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Chief Thompson (D1)

Mike Thompson- Chief of Police (D1)


Officer Kolata (D2)
Jeff Kolata - Police Officer (D2)


Officer Tatangelo (D3)
Joe Tatangelo - Police Officer (D3)


Markus Ramsperger-Clerk
Markus Ramsperger - Police Department/Municipal Court Clerk


Fireworks Regulations 2017

Fireworks Ordinance for the Town of Diamondville July 2016

4.10.030 – Discharging of Fireworks
Consumer fireworks may be discharged on July 3rd and July 5th from 12 noon to 11 pm and on July 4th from 10 am until midnight.
In addition individual requests may be approved by the governing body.  (Added March 2013)
Except as hereinafter provided, the following acts shall be unlawful:

  1. For any person to offer for sale, expose for sale, or sell at retail any fireworks.
  2. For any person to cast, throw, fire or explode or cause to be thrown, cast, fired or exploded any squib, rocket, cracker, firecracker, torpedo, grenade, cannon, cap or other combustible fireworks of any kind within the corporate limits; except as set forth above.
  3. For any minor child, under the age of 16 years, to use or ignite fireworks except under the actual supervision of a person aged 17 years or older; actual supervision hereunder shall require the physical presence of the supervisor with the supervised minor.
  4. To use or ignite fireworks when under the influence to any degree of alcohol and/or controlled substances.
  5. To use fireworks, or allow the use of fireworks in one’s premises or premises under one’s control, within the Town in violation of this section, provided, however, this section shall not govern the public display of fireworks.
  6. To misuse fireworks of any kind.  The following constitute prima facie unlawful mishandling or misuse of fireworks:
      1. To throw or direct any fireworks at another person, object or structure whether such fireworks are burning or not.
      2. To possess, store or use any fireworks within 100 feet of any gasoline bulk station or storage area, or any building in which gasoline or volatile liquids or gases are dispensed.
      3. To discharge or use any fireworks toward, from, in, under, or on a motor vehicle, whether moving or standing still.
      4. To possess, use or ignite fireworks of any kind upon public land or facilities or in any public park or upon any property owned by the Town.
      5. To mishandle or misuse fireworks in any other way.
      6. When extreme environmental conditions exist, including but not limited to; drought, high winds, or other high fire danger, the mayor may declare a total ban on the use or ignition of any and all fireworks within the Town limits. Such ban shall be effective upon publication of the notice of the ban. Notice may be published one(1) time in the newspaper and/or by periodic radio broadcasts for a period of one(1) day.

Any person violating any provision of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a Class D misdemeanor.
(Added 1997, Amended 2009, 2013)


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Employment Application:

Download our Employment Application Form HERE

The link will open a new window. Print out the form, fill it out and mail it to: Diamondville Police Department P.O. Box 281, Diamondville, WY 83116. Thank you for your interest. We are currently fully staffed.

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Understanding The Law:

Diamondville Municipal Court Schedule of Bonds on Common Offenses of Town Ordinances

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The link to the left will open a new window. This window will take you to the online version of the Constitution of the State of Wyoming, provided by the Wyoming Secretary of State. We are not responsible for content of that site. To come back to our site, just close the window this link has opened.

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We have received several reports about phone scams recently. Unfortunately criminals will constantly refine ways to try to get you to divulge sensitive information. They will use this information to relieve you of your hard earned money. Never give out your Social Security number, credit card numbers or other personal confidential information when you receive a telephone call. If you receive a suspicious call, hang up and inform us of the incident. If you get repeated calls from the same number you can block this number from reaching you permanently. Follow the instructions below to block certain phone numbers from reaching you. Each phone company is using a different method. If your company is not listed below, or information provided will not work, call your particular phone provider for up-to-date information.

CenturyLink 1-800-244-1111


  1. Pick up your CenturyLink landline phone and listen for the dial tone.
  2. Dial "*60" to access the "Selective Call Rejection" menu. Dial "1160" if you are using a rotary phone.
  3. follow prompts.

you can block up to 25 numbers.

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National Do Not Call Registry 1-888-382-1222 (TTY 1-866-290-4236) /


Thanks for visiting our department. We are happy to serve you. Here is how to get in touch with us:

Diamondville Police Department
P.O. Box 281
20 US HWY 30/189
Diamondville, WY 83116-0281
307-877-6251                                        in case of emergency dial 911
307-877-6709 FAX
e-mail our clerk

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